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From employee to entrepreneur – 3 steps to building your plan

What should you do if you’re ready to create or build something new that leverages your skills and passions and will leave a positive impact on the world around you?

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“I needed to make a living before I could make a difference”

Growing up, I played music in my church; in high school I joined week-long mission trips to rebuild homes; and in college I organized philanthropy events. But after becoming an entrepreneur, I found I had less time, less energy, and less financial means to volunteer.

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How to be more entrepreneurial at work

Want to try a new idea or project at work? Instead of hoping for more resources and time, try thinking like an entrepreneur.

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Links We Love: Empathy in philanthropy, story-selling, and being an idea entrepreneur

Welcome to Friday, fellow Idealists! Here is a list of links that kept us thinking and buzzing this week. Read: There has been a lot of buzz around empathy and its role in creating lasting social change. Here’s how Molly Melching, Founder and Executive Director of Tostan, is leveraging empathy and community-focused philanthropy to drive […]

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